The Arts

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The latest arts news in Noosa

Noosa may be the relaxation capital of Australia but look a little deeper and you will find an absolute hive of artistic creativity. Artists being artists are often hard to track down. Pete Goodlet discovers Art Tours Noosa has done the research for you and

Many of us take photos on our phones when we travel but local artist Helen Peel takes it one brush stroke further, capturing exotic locations and the people she meets on canvas. Now, she’s back in Noosa and ready to share her travel experiences with

As the curtain went down on stayin’ alive for 10 days of arts and entertainment in the cultural playground of Noosa, Helen Flanagan reminisces. This year’s NOOSA alive! program, masterminded by the producer Tim Loydell and with a revitalised committee, delivered 30 creative and refreshing events

Dirty hands, smiles on their faces and art in the works, more and more people are returning to basics, booking out workshops and classes at the Butter Factory Arts Centre. Jolene Ogle discovers just how the art centre is keeping up with demand. The weekend used

Whether it’s the rise of technology or a craving for nostalgia, Noosa is seeing an explosion in workshops and classes that encourage you to get back to basics. Macramé, pottery, knitting and crochet are all hot right now, as Jolene Ogle discovers. It’s a past time

Pack your backs, it’s time to immerse yourself in art at the McGregor Summer Arts Retreat with oodles of workshops for everyone from the novice to the expert. For 52 years, art lovers, crafters and singers have been gathering at the McGregor Summer Arts Retreat to create,

Who better to highlight the magic and importance of one of Noosa’s most stunning art events than Noosa Regional Gallery Director, Michael Brennan? Floating Land has a kind of legendary status in Noosa, as Michael explains. I’ve only been living here for 18 months but have

From a member of the school camera club to an award-winning photographer, Liz Harlin has developed her own special brand of portrait photography that is sure to make a splash in Noosa. Jolene Ogle dives into the world of underwater photography It was while working in

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